Are you an attorney looking to practice in a meaningful area of law? Immigrants need help now more than ever. Whether you’re currently an immigration attorney, an experienced attorney looking to make a change, or you’ve just passed the bar, join our immigration law firm and make a difference! This position is a unique opportunity to become a top immigration professional through extensive training and mentorship. Our boutique law firm offers infinite potential for advancement. As a minority-owned firm, we celebrate and embrace the individuality of each member of our diverse team.
2 days/week remote work (and 3 days/week in our Los Angeles office)
Discounted dental & vision insurance
Paid time off
A retirement plan
We will help you relocate to sunny Los Angeles!
Enjoy casual dress every day.
We take the health of our team, clients, and loved ones very seriously. Our multifaceted safety plan aims to protect our community. Proof of full COVID-19 vaccination will be required (subject to accommodation obligations).
This is a career position—not an internship—offering you a place to grow and expand your professional career. You’ll represent companies and employees in the employment-based immigration process by:
Preparing immigration application packages
Writing legal arguments, employer support letters, and declarations
Communicating with clients
Representing clients at USCIS interviews
Conducting legal research
Assisting with firm management
There are also opportunities to represent families with family-based immigration.
Please submit the following: a resume, a recent 2-5 page writing sample, and a cover letter including why you are interested in this position, what salary you require, and your earliest available start date. If your resume does not provide an accurate picture of your true strengths, describe what adversities you have faced and how you overcame them.
Please do not apply more than once so your applications will not be blocked by the system. All applications will be kept confidential. Recruiters, outsourcing, and contractors need not respond.
Bar license in any U.S. state
1 year of experience as a non-attorney or attorney in any type of professional office